At midnight, ‘The Hunger Games’ begin
All area theaters will have a special advanced midnight showing of “The Hunger Games.”
Based on information from the movie ticket sales website Fandango, the shows are selling out, but several theaters still have tickets available. Just click over to the website.
Also, the Goochland Drive-In Theater will host a special preview of “The Hunger Games,” as part of a double feature.
The theater will first show the movie “Chronicle,” at 10 p.m. and start the second feature at midnight.
The gates will open at 8:30 p.m. and there are no advanced ticket sales. The theater suggests arriving early.
The admission at the Drive-In Theater is $7 for adults and kids ages 4-11 can get in for $3.
Will you be going opening night? Our Mark Holmberg will be out on the town, talking to fans of the books.
- Witness recalls ‘The Crocodile Hunter’ Steve Irwin’s chilling final words
- VIDEO: Argument may have you questioning mom's parenting skills
- 911 CALL: Hissing 22-pound Himalayan cat forces family, dog into bedroom
- VIDEO: Watch what happens when President Obama pushes the red button on 'Between Two Ferns' with Zach Galifianakis